Dick Gregory, Malcolm X, Marcus Garvey ~ Wasted Legacies

Dick Gregory, Malcolm X, Marcus Garvey ~ Wasted Legacies Dick Gregory, Malcolm X, Marcus Garvey ~ Wasted Legacies When I first heard the news of the transitioning of Baba Dick Gregory, I experienced sadness — not due to his transitioning in and of itself, he had lived his life and …

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Why Yvette Carnell is Wrong About Being Locked Out of the Economy

Why Yvette Carnell is Wrong About Being Locked Out of the Economy Well, I guess you are reading this article to discover why Yvette Carnell is wrong, at least from my perspective, about being locked out of the economy. Several people have come to me and asked that I watch Yvette …

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Slavery Reparations Should Not Be Our Focus at This Point

Slavery Reparations Should Not Be Our Focus at This Point   Slavery Reparations Over the years there have been multitudinous discussions surrounding the idea of reparations for African Americans based on the atrocities associated with slavery. While some have postulated that the idea of reparations is inextricably connected to the …

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Using Group Economics to Dominate the Beauty Supply Industry

Using Group Economics to Dominate the Beauty Supply Industry   A recent report revealed that the beauty supply industry is a $15 billion industry. Of this $15 billion, blacks generate 96 percent of the revenue. This means that $14.4 billion of the annual revenue generated in the beauty supply industry …

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Study: Black People are Worse Off Financially Than Any Other Group in America

Study: Black People are Worse Off Financially Than Any Other Group in America By: Staff Blogger The U.S. Census has long been regarded as an accurate barometer of the United States’ demographics and geographical trends. The report, issued every 10 years, is also used to determine government funding and prioritizing …

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The Importance of Practicing Group Economics in the African-American Community

The Importance of Practicing Group Economics in the African-American Community Posted by Courtesy of Unite for Action Network One of the greatest strengths of any community is its ability to identify, support, and reward the talents and skills of its members. When I was a child, I remember observing my mother go out …

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